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Sept. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
CenturyLink, Inc. (NYSE: CTL) today announced that it is teaming up with the Seattle Seahawks and cornerback
Richard Sherman for the
Ultimate Home Seats Sweepstakes. The social media-driven contest invites
Seattle metro-area fans to seek out the Ultimate Home Seat for their chance to win prizes, including coveted
Red Zone tickets to a Seahawks game or one-of-a-kind merchandise autographed by
"It's no secret that
Seattle is home to the best football team and the best – and loudest – fans," said
Sue Anderson, vice president and general manager of CenturyLink Seattle. "This season, we have a fun way for fans to show their pride and get into the Seahawks spirit with a chance to sit in the Ultimate Home Seat."
At noon on each Blue Friday beginning
Sept. 13 through Oct. 18, a green CenturyLink-branded chair will appear in popular spots around
Seattle. Fans can follow the chair
@CenturyLinkSea on Twitter to find out where it will be each week. Once at the location, they can sit, snap a picture and share via Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag
#HomeSeat or upload it to the official contest page at
www.seahawks.com/centurylink. One winner per week will receive a pair of
Red Zone tickets to the
Dec. 22 home game against the Arizona Cardinals; other winners will receive
Richard Sherman-autographed merchandise.
The Ultimate Home Seats Sweepstakes is part of
Richard Sherman's partnership with CenturyLink, as announced last month. The 2012 First Team All-Pro cornerback is also the spokesperson for the
CenturyLink High School Athlete of the Week program.
"I love getting fans all pumped for the season – and this contest is an awesome way to give fans a chance to both show their team spirit and win some great prizes," said Sherman. "Plus they get to take a picture with me standing behind them! Well, sort of…"